Letters for May 3, 2016

Letters for May 3, 2016

Fear of life on the island

In response to (TGI Mon., May 2) letter from Will M. Davis “Better roll up your windows while driving through Waimea.”

Thank you Will M. Davis for another fine long letter from the club of fear mongering idiots that seem to plague our island. I hear that Living in Lihue is worse than Waimea.

Steve Martin

Kapaa

No more cellphone towers

Gary Benoit of Princeville has an excellent idea to make the County Council watch the documentary “Resonance Beings of Frequency” before making another ill-informed decision to allow yet another cellphone radiation tower to be erected on this island.

To remain willfully ignorant on such topics as EMF radiation is unacceptable. Remember the mob scene at Hanalei? Crowds can be manipulated and controlled. This is not up for debate.

I suspect there are many enlightened beings on this island who know all about the deliberate assault being waged against humanity. EMF’s, Fukushima, chemtrails, fluoride, GMOs, pesticides, weather warfare, vaccines, big pharma, fiat currency, false flag terrorism, the list goes on and on. “The devils’ finest trick is to persuade you that he doesn’t exist.” Chs. Baudeloure

Those in charge of making decisions that concern the health and well-being of the rest of us need to be held accountable for their actions. Force them to watch this documentary (and others) and/or remove them office. “If not us, who? If not now, when?” JFK

Come on, people, pull your heads out of the sand and do the research. Refuse to be a mind-controlled slave to a broken and perverse system. Humanity is at a tipping point and needs to wake up.

The truth will set you free. Promise.

Lois Benson

Anahola

More tourists?

Airbnb called me today to ask me to send a letter supporting vacation rentals of rooms in individual homes.

On an island where residents cannot find a room to rent for a reasonable cost and long-term rentals are hard to find, how can we support the Airbnb proposal?

I’ve been told by people looking in Kilauea that they were greeted with $1,500 per month rents for a room. Clearly we need housing for our regular residents.

Our current infrastructure does not support more tourists to come to Kauai. If people want to rent out rooms in their home, shouldn’t it be to those who are already residents of the island and are desperately seeking housing?

In light of the campsite rental scandal, Airbnb needs to check applicants for hosting more thoroughly and make sure that hosts satisfy the already existing laws.

Marjorie Gifford

Princeville

0 Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

By participating in online discussions you acknowledge that you have agreed to the TERMS OF SERVICE. An insightful discussion of ideas and viewpoints is encouraged, but comments must be civil and in good taste, with no personal attacks. If your comments are inappropriate, you may be banned from posting. To report comments that you believe do not follow our guidelines, send us an email.